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my engine running, it has stock muffler, 1914cc cw crank 94 pistons 110 engle ported stock heads etc. runs pretty good!!

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Are CNC-Ported Cylinder Heads Worth the Money? - Engine Masters Ep. 6
Topping your engine with a set of aftermarket cylinder heads is a near-certain method for making more horsepower and torque—but is the extra power really worth the money? In this episode of Engine Masters presented by AMSOIL, we answer that question for people who are running a typical street-cruising small-block Chevy V8. We start with a very common, 440-horsepower, 383ci stroker engine using production Chevy Vortec iron cylinder heads and swap them out for a set of CNC-ported aluminum heads. Naturally, they make more power at nearly every single point in the power curve, so you’ll have to watch the video and see the full graph to decide if this is an upgrade that’s worth it for you. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook -http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/HotRodEngineMasters Instagram @EngineMasters





Holley vs. Edelbrock, Tri-Power vs. Dual-Quad! - Engine Masters Ep. 7
Dual quads! Three deuces! Eight barrels! Six jugs! The lore of multiple carburetors runs deep in the hot rodding world, and in the muscle car era it was common for the OE manufacturers to up their cars’ performance and image with either two four-barrel carburetors (a dual-quad, or eight-barrel) or three two-barrel carbs (known at GM as a Tri-Power and at Chrysler as a Six Pack). These days, everything old is new again, and both Holley and Edelbrock are offering complete setups to put multiple carburetors on your small-block Chevy (Edelbrock also has kits for many other popular V8s). In this episode of Engine Masters presented by AMSOIL, we will compare the price, the tuneup, and the power of the Holley Tri-Power setup (part number 300-521 with gold dichromate carbs) to the Edelbrock Performer RPM Dual-Quad manifold and carb kit (part number 2025 in a satin finish), all on our Blueprint Engines 383 stroker that makes 476 horsepower with an 850-cfm four-barrel. Can the multi-carb rigs match that power? The Edelbrock dual-quad uses two 500-cfm carbs, and the Holley has 325 cfm in the middle and 350 cfm on each outer carb. The Holley setup is more true to the muscle car days and the Edelbrock is more of a modernized design. We’ll assume you’re gonna pick one over the other based on personal preference, but this video will help ensure you make the right call for your own car. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook -http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/HotRodEngineMasters Instagram @EngineMasters





Dyno Proven: 50 HP With One Bolt-On! - Engine Masters Ep. 1
Engine Masters, presented by AMSOIL, is an all-new show for the Motor Trend channel! Each episode takes you into the engine-Dyno room where power claims are questioned and head-to-head shootouts ensue. Engine Masters finds the truth about speed parts and has a lot of fun doing it with hosts David Freiburger of HOT ROD and Roadkill, Steve Dulcich of Engine Masters magazine, and Steve Brule of Westech Performance Group. In this first episode you’ll find out if Blueprint Engines is accurate in its advertised power for a 400ci Chevy small-block crate engine, and then we’ll see if Freiburger is justified in his love for dual carburetors and high-rise tunnel-ram intake manifolds—plus there’s cash on the line. In upcoming episodes you’ll see carbs versus EFI, Chevy versus Mopar, Edelbrock versus Holley carburetors and lots more. Come back to the Motor Trend channel of YouTube or to MotorTrendOnDemand.com for more of Engine Masters, presented by AMSOIL. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook -http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/HotRodEngineMasters Instagram @EngineMasters




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